Josh McGrath

Board Position - Director

Company - ERA Priority Real Estate

Company Position - Owner & President

Josh has long been a strong supporter of our community.  He is a leader in economic development issues and a very strong voice for Gillette College.  Josh owns ERA Priority Real Estate and his mission is to provide the highest level of service, knowledge, professionalism and communication to ensure my clients a competitive advantage while creating financial security and a balanced life.

Josh was born and raised in Gillette. He attended Trinidad State Junior College for two years and finished his bachelor's degree in biology at the University of Mary. Josh and his wife Nachelle spent three years in Denver after college before moving back to Gillette in 2001.  They thought Gillette would be a better place to raise our kids and grow as a family. They have 3 beautiful daughters Payton, Avery and Reece.

Since his return in 2001, Josh has worked as a sales associate at ERA Boardwalk Real Estate, Inc., receiving his associates Broker’s license in 2008. In 2014, Josh purchased the office from his parents and renamed the company ERA Priority Real Estate. Josh is currently the owner/broker. His career has made it possible to make a living by promoting our community on all the wonderful things Gillette has to offer. “I have always felt that I should give back to a community that has given so much to me and my family.”

Besides currently serving as the MLS Chairman NEWRA, Josh also serves as president of the of the Gillette College Booster Club. He has helped and Emceed the Festival of Trees Live Auction night the past 5 years. He served on the YES House Foundation Board for 9 years, is the past president for the Campbell County Board of Realtors (now NEWRA) and an active member and past chair of the Gillette Energy Rotary. Josh has also served 6 years on the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce including a year as chairman. He also chaired the 1% Penny Power re-election committee twice and served on the committee this past election cycle.